For the Little One, the teething process actually begins since they are still in the womb, initiating with the tooth buds. However, teeth will initially begin to appear when the Little One is four to seven months old. There are also infants whose teeth can begin to show faster, starting at the age of three months. Furthermore, there are also those whose teeth appear later, at the age of approximately one year old.
Generally, teeth will grow sequentially, beginning with the two front teeth on the lower jaw, followed by the two front teeth on the upper jaw, and eventually the other teeth will grow one by one on the sides and back of the oral cavity. The last teeth to appear are the second molar teeth on the back of the oral cavity, both in the upper and lower jaw. These molar teeth will start to grow as the child reaches the age of three years old. After that, the child will have a full set of teeth, comprising of 20 milk teeth.
Some children and adults can successfully pass through the teething phase without any drama. However, many still experience an uncomfortable process, both for the Little One as well as their parents. This discomfort appears due to the teething process that is felt by the Little One since one to two months before the teeth actually begins to appear. The signs and symptoms of this include:
The symptoms of teething mentioned above can potentially disturb the activities of the Little One. Conduct the following management steps to ease the discomfort for the Little One:
Teething is a phase that the Little One has to go through as they become older. The main preparation for parents is to remain calm and conduct the tips mentioned above.
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